There are eight or eleven species of Sarracenia, depending on who you ask, plus many subspecies, varieties, and color forms. Due to wetland destruction and poaching they are very threatened in the wild. Start your American pitcher plant collection today and help us preserve this endangered group of plants.
Please note, Sarracenia oreophila, Sarracenia rubra ssp. alabamensis, and Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii are endangered species and may not be shipped outside of California.
Key to Plant Codes:
|Plant Sizes||Propagation Method|
S: small, young plants, with summer leaves 2 - 3" high
M: medium plants 3 - 7" high
L: larger, nearly mature or mature plants 7 - 15" and up
SG = Seed Grown, these hybrids can be variable
VC = Vegetative Clone produced by division or tissue culture, they are exact duplicates of the named clone
DIV = Division from a larger plant